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Fill her up please. Is this the largest aircraft ever to pull up alongside the fuel pumps at Staverton Airport ? Scrapped at RAF Manston during - Photo taken at Gloucestershire (Gloucester) - Staverton (GLO / EGBJ) in England, United Kingdom on May Avro Shackleton, Delta Wing, Lancaster Bomber, Air Machine, Air Force Aircraft, Aerial Arts, Diesel Locomotive, Aircraft Pictures, Royal Air Force

Aviation Photo #2267008: Avro 696 Shackleton AEW2 - UK - Air Force

Fill her up please. Is this the largest aircraft ever to pull up alongside the fuel pumps at Staverton Airport ? Scrapped at RAF Manston during 1987. - Photo taken at Gloucestershire (Gloucester) - Staverton (GLO / EGBJ) in England, United Kingdom on May 7, 1978.

An Avro Shackleton of No 205 Squadron is seen flying over remote jungle on Borneo whilst on a reconnaissance patrol in Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Avro Shackleton, South African Air Force, Post War Era, Mr 2, Old Planes, Royal Air Force

THE ROYAL AIR FORCE, 1950-1969

An Avro Shackleton MR.2 WG530 of No 205 Squadron is seen flying over remote jungle on Borneo whilst on a reconnaissance patrol in 1964.

The prototype Avro Shackleton on an early test flight from Woodford soon after its first flight on 9 March Obtained from Avros 60 years ago. - Photo taken at In Flight in England, United Kingdom in Avro Shackleton, Hawker Typhoon, South African Air Force, F14 Tomcat, Old Planes, Air Force Aircraft, Aviation Image, Military Photos, Photo Search

Aviation Photo #2073311: Avro 696 Shackleton - UK - Air Force

The prototype Avro Shackleton on an early test flight from Woodford soon after its first flight on 9 March 1949. Obtained from Avros 60 years ago. - Photo taken at In Flight in England, United Kingdom in 1949.

The Flight Engineer's position in the Avro Shackleton, a place that would have changed very little since the design of the Manchester or Lancaster Avro Shackleton, Royal Air Force, Cutaway, Lancaster, Airplane, Planes, Boats, Scale, Aircraft

The Flight Engineer's position in the Avro Shackleton, a place that would have changed very little since the design of the Manchester or Lancaster